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... Marvin also told us in the last couple of years he has had two brain tumours and has been to hospital and had them removed. He said that he did not have medical insurance and the bill for the first one was $200k. He said that he paid east he could and that the community came up with the remaining money. That's just amazing. When we returned to his home he explained that he and his wife lived in the grandparents house - an annex to another ...
Weathers improving ....slightly...stopped raining but still cold. Forecast for tomorrow into high seventies so that is a definite improvement. Progress is slow at the moment because every time we ask an American a question they just want to talk, and how they can talk!!! Nice though . Visited the war museum and the Route 66 museum at Pontiac, really interesting. The bike really uses lots of fuel, only did 100 miles and needed to refill it, it cost an outstanding $7 ...
Happy birthday to my love and my favorite clown, John! We celebrated after the show with wine, junk food, and four episodes of "Girls". A very lovely day which would have only been lovelier if we could have spent it with friends and family back home. But everyone sent John wonderful birthday greetings throughout the entire day, so I know we weren't far from people's thoughts. :)
We were met by Stella an expert on the Amish this morning for a tour around the Amish country. She explained the Amish way of life and pointed out many of their homes.
First stop was Millers Dry Goods....an Amish store that sells all sorts of fabrics, nic nacs and haberdashery. Lucky us.....they were having a sale!!!! Fabrics ranged fro $3-$8 yard. I didn't buy much there. ...
... s birth town. We parked along the river and walked through a small park with a statue of young Samuel Clemens. Not too far was another statue of Tom Sawyer and Huck Finn. There was a lighthouse on a hill behind them, so of course we had to climb up to it. It was a nice view of the river and town and a good chance to move our legs, which were stiff from sitting so long. We finished our visit with a walk by Mark Twain's childhood home and his ...
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